Where to even begin with this striking shaker kitchen? Our wonderful client, Eve, a kosher nutritionist based in North London came to us to design, manufacture and install a family kitchen that would double as a prep kitchen for her business which makes and delivers pre prepared kosher meals.
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Eve knew what she wanted – a contemporary shaker kitchen with a bold colour and brass accents. We started with our lay-on shaker cabinetry which doesn’t incorporate a front frame – giving it a more modern and sleek look. This was painted in the amazing Farrow and Ball Studio Green which is complemented so amazingly by the walnut carcasses and dovetail drawer boxes.
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The brass accents were compliments of Buster and Punch handles which gives the overall look a real pop. The spacious double Wolf Oven can handle all of the heavy-duty cooking which occurs in this kitchen, whilst the walk-in pantry (hidden by beautiful reeded glass shaker doors) would make even the most fervent cook jealous. This, naturally, was only one of two pantries in the kitchen – with the second “breakfast larder” playing home to the toaster, teas and coffees.
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Boiling water in an instant was provided by a Quooker tap as well as two matching Abode Flex, offering maximum flexibility. The incredibly veined Quartz worktops balanced the Farrow and Ball colour perfectly and the full cladding between the worktop and the underside of the wall units was the perfect finishing touch.